Christopher Giancarlo assumed his role as acting chairman of the CFTC last Friday
The US Commodity Futures Trading
Commission’s general counsel Jonathan Marcus has
said he will leave the agency, in the latest senior departure
from the US regulator.
Marcus joined the agency in 2011 as deputy
general counsel and moved to his role as general counsel in
2013. In his role, he provided legal counsel to the Commission
on the implementation of the swaps market reforms under the
Dodd-Frank Act and cross-border regulation of the swaps
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